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Things to know about Coast Guard Festival July 29: Kids Day, carnival, Grand City Skiers
More than 300,000 people are expected to attend the 10-day festival, which will feature parades, fireworks, live entertainment and, of course, tributes to the Coast Guard.
5 hrs ago
Republican Primary: For Michigan's 91st District House of Representatives, three's a party
Michigan's 91st District House of Representatives is Democratic, but there's no shortage of Republicans looking to take back that seat for the Grand Old Party.
10 hrs ago
The Spunky Kitchen: Elegant Crab Louis salad, a 20th century treat, made easy and affordable
Muskegon Chronicle Reporter Heather Peters, made Chef Bruce's version of Crab Louie salad, featuring a homemade mayonnaise base on July 23, 2014.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
One acquitted, one pleads, one convicted on gun charges in Charity Lodge shootings
A jury has acquitted a Muskegon man of the sole remaining gun charge against him in connection with last year's deadly multiple shooting outside the Muskegon Charity Lodge #1397.
Weekly gas report: Fuel prices as low as $3.31 in Fremont; Muskegon prices drop
The average cost for regular, unleaded fuel declined by 17 cents since last week , according to the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
Chief: Sunday night fire in Muskegon Heights battled more efficiently with expanded staff
The hiring of several new firefighters with grant funding allowed the Muskegon Heights Fire Department to handle a house fire on its own Sunday night, according to the fire chief.
Muskegon morning weather report: Grab you sunglasses and sweater
A beach hazards statement for Lake Michigan beaches has been issued by the Weather Service.
Campaign fundraising: Incumbent outpaces Michigan Senate foes; see other Muskegon-area state races
State Sen. Goeff Hansen's fundraising is outpacing his combined challengers in the primary and general elections three to one.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Three downtown museums to celebrate Raggedy Ann's Muskegon roots
Raggedy Ann -- the well-known rag doll with red yarn hair, a triangle nose and star of a series of children's books written by American writer Johnny Gruelle -- will be the focus of events held at the Muskegon Museum of Art, the Muskegon Heritage Museum and the Lakeshore Museum Center Aug. 7-9.
Things to know about Coast Guard Festival July 27: Car show, community picnic
Several community events are scheduled, including worship service, picnic and pancake breakfast.
Muskegon river barges proposal: Officials clarify plan, call for more public comments
The question of whether the Michigan Agri-Business Association's proposed river barge program in Muskegon will happen is getting closer to being answered.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Editorial: We encourage voters to be part of the primary election process
Muskegon-area voters go to the polls Aug. 5 for the primary election that will set the stage for final decisions in the Nov. 4 general election.
Grand Haven Tribune
Two arrested trying to steal 'high-end' liquor
The suspects were arrested by Ottawa County Sheriff's deputies as they tried to drive away from the store, 15000 U.S. 31, at about 5 p.m. Thursday.
Things to know about Coast Guard Festival events July 25: Quilt show, Festival Idol
One of the state's premier festivals returns to Grand Haven when the Coast Guard Festival begins its 90th year today, July 25. More than 300,000 people are expected to attend the 10-day festival, which will feature parades, fireworks, live entertainment and, of course, tributes to the Coast Guard.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Would-be "High End" Alcohol Shoplifters Stopped in Grand Haven
An apparently brazen attempt by two 20-year-old men to crack the same Grand Haven crib twice in a week for "high end" liquor in broad daylight failed yesterday.
Judge upholds site-plan approval for Wal-Mart's Whitehall Township 'superstore'
A Muskegon judge has upheld Whitehall Township's approval of a site plan for a Wal-Mart "superstore" at the U.S. 31-Whitehall Road interchange.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Muskegon man charged with raping teen girls
According to Muskegon County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Tim Maat, Edward Charles Eubanks, 23, was arraigned Thursday on charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim between the ages of 13 and 16. Maat said that Eubanks knew both of the victims, and that he sexually assaulted them after ... (more)
Medical-marijuana advocate jailed, charged with major drug felonies in Muskegon
Medical-marijuana advocate Derek Antol has been arrested and jailed and is being charged with two major felonies for allegedly growing and selling marijuana from his Deuces Wild Smoke Shop in violation of Michigan's Medical Marijuana Act.
Tornadoes, large hail, and the USS Muskegon
Tornadoes, large hail, and the USS Muskegon top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history.
Midwest Showdown Car and Bike Show moves to Heritage Landing in search of larger venue
In fact, they love cars so much they decided to get together four years ago to create a car show in Muskegon.